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Ghastlyone
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Some Pics Of My New 780

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Side by side with my Classified 448 560ti
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New PSU next to the old junk
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Everything Installed
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Cable management absolutely sucks on this case
I know everyone enjoys pics (at least I do) so you guys are getting some

I got the new GPU installed last night, along with my new AX 860i PSU. I opted for a new higher wattage and 80+ rating so I can SLI down the road. Plus I wanted to go full modular. The PSU fan doesn't even run at idle, which is awesome. Makes for an even quieter system.

I can't even describe how quiet this GTX 780 is. It's night and day difference over my dual fan 448 Core 560ti. When they state in reviews online that it's "whisper quiet". They mean it. Playing Tomb Raider maxed out, even with TressFX and Tesselation enabled (which I couldn't even run before) I literally couldn't even hear the graphics card at all. Only thing I could hear were the case fans.

This card boosts to 1100mhz straight out of the box and most the time got no higher in temp then 55-60c. You can see the difference in fan size from the 560ti to the 780 (92mm vs. 80mm). I haven't overclocked anything just yet. Running Fraps, I was pretty much pegged at 60fps the whole time on every game. I'd drop to 50+ only every once in awhile.

Crysis 2 was pretty much unplayable for me on the 560ti @ 1440p. This new card didn't even break and sweat, with even higher settings enabled.

The Corsair Link software isn't working properly. It recognizes my CPU and GPU, but oddly enough, the power supply itself doesn't show up. Which is the whole point of the software. I'll have to contact them and see what's up.

Geforce Experience doesn't work with the 780 installed. Which is lame as hell. From what I read, there's not enough info out there yet regarding optimal game settings using a 780. So that's why it doesn't work. Hopefully it'll work soon, because I think it's a pretty cool piece of software to use for optimizing game settings.

All in all, I'm super impressed. I'll post some Unigine Valley benchmarks in a bit.


Krisnatharok
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Awesome pics Ghastly! Would love to see the Unigine Valley benches! Also glad to see you ditched the Corsair GX PSU.

The 780 looks like a fantastic card--that it trades blows with the Titan is a testament to its power.
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Its beautiful.


Ghastlyone
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said by Krisnatharok:

Awesome pics Ghastly! Would love to see the Unigine Valley benches! Also glad to see you ditched the Corsair GX PSU.

The 780 looks like a fantastic card--that it trades blows with the Titan is a testament to its power.

Thanks man. I'm glad I ditched that PSU also. It did good for what it was, but it just wasn't a top end power supply by any means. I didn't feel comfortable running this expensive GPU on it. Plus, I'm planning on going SLI by early next year. So this 860 should handle that nicely.

Any way here's some Unigine Valley benchmarks. As you can see, the 780 running 1080p with twice the amount of AA enabled completely destroys my old card. Soon as I overclock here later, I'll post some more benchmarks.

said by me1212:

Its beautiful.

Thanks dude.


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Very nice. I think I got 2000 with one 7970, 3600 with two at the ExtremeHD preset, so you should expect over 4000 with two 780s.

I think once the 780s drop in price they might become the "new" 7970 option in terms of bang-for-buck at the high end. I don't think we'll ever see them for $400, but $500 would be a steal for that kind of power... two for the price of (or less than) a Titan? Yesplz!
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Schweeeeet!


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is that the Fractal R4 case?


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Strange that you are having trouble with GeForce Exp. Its working fine for me on my 780. It was able to find all my "installed" games and adjust their settings.

Its a bit of a gimmick though. Not sure I'll use it very often.
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Ghastlyone
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said by Krisnatharok:

Very nice. I think I got 2000 with one 7970, 3600 with two at the ExtremeHD preset, so you should expect over 4000 with two 780s.

I think once the 780s drop in price they might become the "new" 7970 option in terms of bang-for-buck at the high end. I don't think we'll ever see them for $400, but $500 would be a steal for that kind of power... two for the price of (or less than) a Titan? Yesplz!

Yeah I'm hoping we'll seen them $100 cheaper 6 months from now. Maybe even a AAA free game would be nice. Right now, compared to a Titan, you can't beat it.

So far, these 320.49 drivers are wonky. Tomb Raider runs absolutely beautiful.

BF3 on the other hand crashes to desktop after about 5 min of gameplay.

said by Blockfire:

is that the Fractal R4 case?

It's a Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra Midtower. Awesome case and cooling. Only downfall, which is going to force me to go with a different case next build is the lousy cable management. They could have simply provided another 1/4" of space behind the back panel, and it would have been a 10/10 for me. There is literally the bare minimum of space. The modular PSU helped some, but still a pain in the ass for wiring.

said by metrodust:

Strange that you are having trouble with GeForce Exp. Its working fine for me on my 780. It was able to find all my "installed" games and adjust their settings.

Its a bit of a gimmick though. Not sure I'll use it very often.

I got it working. Uninstalled and reinstalled fresh and it detected my 780.

I'll mess around with it. I do like that you can basically adjust every single setting to optimize a game with a simple click of a button.


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That machine looks very cool, sounds like the upgrade was worth the wait.

I'd also like to say that your wiring job is very slick. I'm totally envious.

Great machine!
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I can make this glowing text pulse or adjust to load or temps.
@Ghastleyone - Fantastic card, man! Can't wait to see how it overclocks! A 1100mhz boost clock right out of the box is already damn impressive as is! I'm happy to hear you're enjoying your new "toy" as much as I am mine. I wonder who else on the forums, besides you and I, also took the leap on a GTX 780(or 2). I think you made the right choice waiting for a more robust PSU to arrive. Its just not a risk not worth taking with such high end hardware. I would have done the same thing, as painful as it would've been having to sit there looking at a brand new GTX 780 that you can't quite safely use just yet.

As for PSUs-- I've had a Corsair AX750(750w, 80 Plus Gold-- »www.corsair.com/professional-ser···ply.html) in my PC. This has been my latest build(NZXT Phantom (White), almost 2 years ago this Nov) that I've just continued to upgrade piecemeal shifting out different components within that time. As far as PSU's go, I'll likely continue to stick with Corsair. They make fabulous products including PSU's that are just top notch. I think you made a very good choice opting for the Corsair PSU as well. Over the years I've really loved many of Corsair's products. I have nothing but great things to say about my experience with Corsair products.

I also have plans to eventually purchase another 780 down the road for SLI. These 780's are just plain amazing hardware. So I'll gladly invest in another 780. I'm aware my AX750 probably won't suffice for such a setup when that time comes. So I, too, will likely have to make a PSU change sometime down the road. But for the time being I'm comfortable on my Corsair AX750.

Up to this point, I've had mixed feelings in regards to the new Geforce Experience application. I installed it just to see what it was all about. Personally, I feel the application is a great program for PC users that fall under the beginner or novice category. The program is genuinely dead simple to use. It basically allows you to optimize your games with the click of a single button. Who doesn't appreciate something like that that? Even I can appreciate the simplicity. It also makes other "chores" easy to manage as well. Chores such as driver updates. With the Geforce Experience, the application now notifies you the moment a new driver is released. This allows users to stay up to the date with the latest drivers for their video cards.

Like I said, for beginners or novice users, I can see the huge potential this program offers. You can't beat the utter simplicity the program offers. For advanced users, the application is already obsolete. I have the knowledge to optimize my own games. I like the ability to go into the settings for ALL of my applications(including games) and making precise alterations on my own. I think I could make manual optimizations that could quite possibly TOP what the Geforce Experience has suggested to me. And as for driver updates, sometimes it doesn't pay to be right on top of the latest driver releases. I've had experiences where it ended up being better sitting on a driver release only to find out that the driver was just plain dreadful only then to be replaced with a "real" driver release.

Also, sometimes the "suggestions" offered by the Geforce Experience application are just plain wrong. I've had a few instances where I noticed the program selling my PC short on some of the settings. It offered an optimization that just wasn't correct. Basically,it was a miscalculation. It's suggestion would've pegged my PC at about an Intel i3 w/a 650Ti.

Honestly, the ONLY thing about the Geforce Experience application that I'm interested in at this point is ShadowPlay. ShadowPlay basically leverages the NVEnc encoder built into Kepler-based GPUs ato automatically record the last 20 minutes of game play. Or, you can manually control when ShadowPlay starts and stops. This could potentially replace software-based solutions like Fraps(which I use regularly), which exact a more demanding load on your host processor. The ability to free up resources and relieve some of the load Fraps demands is promising. Although Fraps, for me, doesn't really suck down too much juice.

I have plenty more to say about all of this stuff but I've, once again, gone into TLDR territory. I don't know why the fuck I always do this...

Here are just a few pics of MY new EVGA GTX 780 Superclocked as well as my new 27" 2560x1440 Asus monitor. These are just a couple new additions to my family. I have a few other pics but those will come tomorrow! Personally, I really like the glowing "Geforce GTX" text on the side of mine. With the help of a 3rd party application, I can do a number of different lighting manipulations to it. I used my Samsung Galaxy S4 to record the "pulse" setting I used. I can also have the lighting adjust to GPU load or temps. Chances are good your 780 w/ACX cooling will overclock much better than mine. It seems to generally be a better overclocker than 780's with the Titan coolers. But all n all, I'm happy with my 780 Superclocked with the Titan cooler. There's no doubt about it that the Titan cooler really makes this GPU stand out as a premium piece of hardware. And the glowing "Geforce GTX" on the side of this bad boy really looks pimp as hell too.

@Ghastleyone - Take advantage of the 780's software bundle! Download 3DMark Advanced and run some benchmarks on the Fire Strike test.

PS I actually have a THIRD 24" 1080p monitor that's not even hooked up yet. I'm still trying to decide on whether to sell it or use it.


Ghastlyone
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said by El Quintron:

That machine looks very cool, sounds like the upgrade was worth the wait.

I'd also like to say that your wiring job is very slick. I'm totally envious.

Great machine!
EQ

Thanks dude. I did the best I could on the wiring

I probably spent 3 hours ripping that old PSU out and redoing everything from scratch.

said by TruSm0ke:

@Ghastleyone - Fantastic card, man! Can't wait to see how it overclocks! A 1100mhz boost clock right out of the box is already damn impressive as is! I'm happy to hear you're enjoying your new "toy" as much as I am mine. I wonder who else on the forums, besides you and I, also took the leap on a GTX 780(or 2). I think you made the right choice waiting for a more robust PSU to arrive. Its just not a risk not worth taking with such high end hardware. I would have done the same thing, as painful as it would've been having to sit there looking at a brand new GTX 780 that you can't quite safely use just yet.

I'll post some overclocks soon. Sitting at 1,100mhz core and the card is nearly silent, is damn impressive in my book. Even when my wife comments about it being so quiet, and she doesn't even game. You know it's quiet.

said by TruSm0ke:

As for PSUs-- I've had a Corsair AX750(750w, 80 Plus Gold-- »www.corsair.com/professional-ser···ply.html) in my PC. This has been my latest build(NZXT Phantom (White), almost 2 years ago this Nov) that I've just continued to upgrade piecemeal shifting out different components within that time. As far as PSU's go, I'll likely continue to stick with Corsair. They make fabulous products including PSU's that are just top notch. I think you made a very good choice opting for the Corsair PSU as well. Over the years I've really loved many of Corsair's products. I have nothing but great things to say about my experience with Corsair products.

Same here. I've always liked Corsair PSUs. The only thing that really grinds my gears with this new power supply, is the Corsair Link not working properly. I would have really loved to see how much power my full PC was pulling down under load. I'm going to contact them tomorrow and figure out what the deal is.a

said by TruSm0ke:

Up to this point, I've had mixed feelings in regards to the new Geforce Experience application. I installed it just to see what it was all about. Personally, I feel the application is a great program for PC users that fall under the beginner or novice category. The program is genuinely dead simple to use. It basically allows you to optimize your games with the click of a single button. Who doesn't appreciate something like that that? Even I can appreciate the simplicity. It also makes other "chores" easy to manage as well. Chores such as driver updates. With the Geforce Experience, the application now notifies you the moment a new driver is released. This allows users to stay up to the date with the latest drivers for their video cards.

Like I said, for beginners or novice users, I can see the huge potential this program offers. You can't beat the utter simplicity the program offers. For advanced users, the application is already obsolete. I have the knowledge to optimize my own games. I like the ability to go into the settings for ALL of my applications(including games) and making precise alterations on my own. I think I could make manual optimizations that could quite possibly TOP what the Geforce Experience has suggested to me. And as for driver updates, sometimes it doesn't pay to be right on top of the latest driver releases. I've had experiences where it ended up being better sitting on a driver release only to find out that the driver was just plain dreadful only then to be replaced with a "real" driver release.

Also, sometimes the "suggestions" offered by the Geforce Experience application are just plain wrong. I've had a few instances where I noticed the program selling my PC short on some of the settings. It offered an optimization that just wasn't correct. Basically,it was a miscalculation. It's suggestion would've pegged my PC at about an Intel i3 w/a 650Ti.

I used Geforce Experience with my 560ti before I got the 780 installed. I can say that the "recommended" settings with it were dead on. Arkham City, Borderlands 2, BF3, just to name a few.

I can't speak for running a 780 just yet, but we'll see. I'll still always check the settings afterwards anyway and tweak what I think I need to.


Ghastlyone
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said by TruSm0ke:

Take advantage of the 780's software bundle! Download 3DMark Advanced and run some benchmarks on the Fire Strike test.

I'm going to tomorrow. I tried uploading my invoice on EVGA's website. Something is screwed up though. It just will not upload. I'll contact them if I can't get it working. I think I still have some time to claim those.

by way, nice looking rig. I love that white. I know Kris has a white colored Thor which looks awesome. I think that's going to be my next case down the road.


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I can't comment on the Corsair link software. I have the older Corsair model power supply that came before the Corsair link software integration. My power supply is just a straight up modular PSU without all those new "bells and whistles". I hope you can get that all figured out because from what I know of Corsair Link it has real potential to be really quite useful, if you can get it straightened out and working. So good luck with that, bro!

As for the Geforce Experience, I used it lightly with my 560Ti for a brief period of time back some months ago. And it was helpful. Now, I checked it out again when I installed it with my 780 driver installation and gave it a quick run for a few games I had installed. But I haven't touched it since. I guess I still like having manual control over my settings. That's what I went back to doing almost immediately. I guess I just like to do things manually... I'm old school like that!

As for the bundle, yeah I noticed the whole process of redeeming the software is really too complicated. I got it figured out but I can't help but feel it could've just been a much easier process.


Ghastlyone
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By the way, I thought this was pretty funny (and frightening at the same time)

If you want to completely max your 3gb of VRAM, then just play Hitman Absolution on ultra settings. I was sitting anywhere from 2-2.5gb on nearly every area. I got to one stage, and it maxed out at 3gb. That was with FXAA on and MSAA x2.

That game is crazy demanding at this resolution.

But fuckin' a does it look awesome


TruSm0ke

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Here are my MSI 560Ti's being put out to pasture. These guys were champs! I'll miss you two!

I'll be listing these up for sale within the next couple days. These cards still have plenty of horsepower to dole out.


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by way, nice looking rig. I love that white. I know Kris has a white colored Thor which looks awesome. I think that's going to be my next case down the road.

Thanks brother!

Yeah the white looks slick most definitely. As soon as I caught a glimpse of the NZXT Phantom I had to order it! And really, I have no regrets buying it. Its awesone. Unfortunately, I cant say the same thing about other NZXT products or their customer service, in my experience. What I do know for sure is that NZXT makes terrible case fans.

Ive gone through a number of NZXT fans and sadly most, if not all, of their fans that Ive owned have all experienced issues in one fashion or another. Over the course of say 6 months of normal use theyve all started to make noises. These noises are quite loud, annoying, and disruptive if youre trying to get work done.

These noises can be described as grinding or whining. Sometimes the sounds will cease after a period of time while other times it gets louder. Ive literally had to resort to banging on the side of my case to shut them up. Ive RMA'ed a few only to have replacements eventually undergo the same fate.

And whats INFINITELY worse? They're customer service is pitiful!! The only way Ive been able to get anything resolved was due to the fact I purchased their products through Amazon. So I was able to deal with Amazon directly and their own return policies.

Needless to say, I'll likely never buy NZXT products ever again. Or at the very least for the forseeable future.

'm quite positive that the next case I'll purchase for a new build will be a Corsair Obsidian series PC case. Ive heard amazing things about those Obsidians. My NZXT Phantom case is beautiful and I've been very happy with it for the most part. It is very solidly built. But their shitty customer service and a number of worthless products later... and I'm completely over ever buying NZXT again! There are just too many quality manufacturers out there. It's inexcusable to have to feel like this when other companies can handle their shit much better it seems.


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I removed my two MSI 7950's and installed one Galaxy 780. I LOVE THIS CARD! It is soooo smooth, and I have yet to hear the fans spool up. I haven't had an NVIDIA card since my X800 PRO back in the AGP days, and it looks like it'll be a looooong time before an AMD card sees use in my main rig.

However, now I'm stuck using a Corsair AX1200i power supply. It was the next step up from my 850 that the local store stocked... I bought it when I planned on tri-firing the 7950's...


Archivis
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Ship your old shit to me. I'll take it.

$10.


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I'm not sure a single 780 is much of an upgrade over two 7950s...


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said by Krisnatharok:

I'm not sure a single 780 is much of an upgrade over two 7950s...

My gaming experience begs to differ. Is it as powerful? No. Is it smoother and more quiet? Absolutely.


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Were you using Radeon Pro to fix the CF microstutter? Someone on gamingpc clued me into it and my microstutter has completely disappeared on my 7970s.
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said by Archivis:

Ship your old shit to me. I'll take it.

$10.

$10 clearly isn't enough for shipping. I'll need at least $15

A little update on the Corsair Link software. I don't know what the hell it did this morning, but it decided to correctly install the software this morning upon a reboot. I don't know why it waited so long. But it's working now.

Under full load, the PSU shows pulling in ~350 watts and out putting ~315 watts. So about 90+% efficiency.


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said by Krisnatharok:

Were you using Radeon Pro to fix the CF microstutter? Someone on gamingpc clued me into it and my microstutter has completely disappeared on my 7970s.

I was reading the other day Kris, about a trick with SLI/Crossfire and clocking one card just slightly higher (or lower) then the other. Which is supposed to help cure microstutter. I'm not sure how true that is.


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said by Krisnatharok:

I'm not sure a single 780 is much of an upgrade over two 7950s...

I agree. I don't know if the 780 was necessarily your best upgrade path at this very time. With dual 7950's you were able to basically skip a generation of GPU's. You probably didn't gain much(nothing worth noting or paying for, I'd imagine) with that particular transition of going CrossFire 7950's to a 780. I would've waited for later-stage 700 series or even 800 series cards next year.

@weaseled386 - Did you sell your 7950's after getting the 780? I suppose if you sold them and got a decent price for them($250-300 each) then put that money towards the cost of the 780... then that might not be so bad in the end. With a 780, you're actually sitting better with the more powerful, more future proof 780 upgrade path. X-Fired 7950's are basically the end of the line. Being able to add additional 780's down the road.

Basically, I'm assuming quite a bit here. I wonder what you actually did so maybe you can enlighten me, weaseled386.


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I messed around with some overclocking. I got +.38v/+80core/+200memory before it crashes to desktop. I can probably bump the memory up even more, but anything higher on the core clock and it's a no go.

Seeing other people's crazy overclocks on the internet, seems I might have got a "mid grade" binned GK110. Some cards are going +110-150 with ease. Those guys lucked out. This clock at +80 was running boosted at just under 1,200mhz.

Overclocking these new cards is strange. I'm still trying to figure it out. I'm not certain yet how bumping the core clock up effects boost clocks and how it's calculated. It's completely different then my old 5 series.

All in all ~9,200 on Firestrike with a single card is damn nice

»www.3dmark.com/3dm/885506


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I'm using 2 7950's and absolutely love them. I have the Gigabyte windforce versions and I do not have any issues with microstutter on them. The Sapphire cards seem to have higher issues with microstutter for some reason. I know someone who has the "Boost" cards and he has to use the radeon pro/MSI afterburner frame capping trick too. Crossfire can get pretty involved once you start overclocking the cards though, but that topic could be a thread in itself which may be worth starting up.

I just upgraded my CPU/Motherboard a week ago and I am in the process of gathering/putting together data from a bunch of gaming benchmarks comparing 7950's in single, crossfire, and overclocked configurations on both platforms. I'll have it finished soon and I will post the results.

For something you can use to compare the 780 and crossfired 7950s is a Unigine Vally score of 3869. I obtained this using the Extreme HD preset on my recently replaced I5-2500K with crossfired 7950's running at 1210MHZ GPU and 1700MHZ Memory. I have yet to try on the I7-4770K, so hopefully that number changes!


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Classified 448 COre 560ti up for sale...

»[FS] EVGA Classified 448 Core GTX 560ti Video Card